[Coral-List] Job opening for biologist in St. John, US Virgin Islands

Caroline S Rogers caroline_rogers at usgs.gov
Mon Jan 25 10:57:07 EST 2010

The US Geological Survey has announced a biologist position (GS 7/9, term)
for up to 3 years based on St. John, US Virgin Islands.
The incumbent will be supervised by Dr. Caroline Rogers and will work
closely with biologists from the National Park Service and USGS to conduct
monitoring/research on coral reefs in St. John and St. Croix (including
Acropora palmata zones and deeper reefs).  The focus will be on effects of
bleaching and coral diseases.

If interested, please go to www.usajobs.gov and search on the Announcement
Number ER-2010-0125.  Applications must be received by 02/18/10.

Scuba certification is required.

For more information,  please contact Crystal M Johnson (703) 648 7470,
cmjohnson at usgs.gov.

Caroline S. Rogers, PhD
USGS Caribbean Field Station
1300 Cruz Bay Creek
St. John, USVI 00830
T (340) 693 8950 ext 221
caroline_rogers at usgs.gov

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